How gender equality stacks up in 2020 through our experts’ eyes
As our focus turns to International Women’s Day, the gender pay gap and sexist advertising continue to undermine gender equality, while new female leaders push for wider change, our experts reveal.
Job insecurity negatively affects your personality: study
New research shows that experiencing chronic job insecurity can change your personality for the worse.
Delivering value to Asia-Pacific communities
RMIT’s presence in Vietnam continues to make a strong social and economic contribution to the Asia-Pacific region.
RMIT continues leadership in blockchain
RMIT is investing $6 million in its world-leading Blockchain Innovation Hub (BIH), cementing the University’s position as a leader in research and engagement within the new blockchain empowered economy.
As cities grow, the Internet of Things can help us get on top of the waste crisis
RMIT experts look at the Internet of Things and how it can be used to develop smarter and more effective ways of managing and reducing waste.
RMIT alumnus driven to help feed kids going hungry at school
Entrepreneurship graduate Lyndon Galea was inspired to help kids going hungry at school after learning many were arriving without any lunch.
Response, recovery and resilience: experts react to the bushfire crisis
Our experts respond to Australia's bushfires with perspectives on topics ranging from policy and planning, to community resilience, the mental health of first responders and the psychology of loss.
RMIT alumnus finds his calling helping disadvantaged in India and Nepal
Entrepreneurship graduate Luke Barbagallo found a way to use his degree and give back, pursuing a career with a social enterprise.
Mixing business with pleasure: The couple who made it work
After dating only six months, Brent and Katie Rooke started the Executive Master of Business together. Four years, a wedding, and a baby girl later, they’ve graduated together, too.
‘I had no choice but to quit study and save my life’: A Syrian refugee’s road to graduation
Seven years after she was first accepted into dental school in Syria, Sidori Younan finally graduated at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium in December, where she joined graduands from across RMIT’s vibrant global network.
Our experts predict what's in store for 2020
From flying taxis and augmented reality sunglasses to micro productivity apps and peer to peer electricity sharing, RMIT experts reveal trends coming our way in 2020.
Give the gift of tech support this Christmas when buying devices for older people
A new survey reveals older Australians are most likely to seek tech advice from their adult children, but it’s not always service with a smile.